10 websites for writers who love to read

Not sure what tome to cozy up with next? Let Goodreads, Project Gutenberg, Google Book Search and Indie Store Finder light the way.

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Reading is about so much more than just relaxation or education, however—it’s an essential activity if you want to develop as a writer. Unfortunately, reading requires time, effort and commitment. With so many options, sometimes just finding a new book can be overwhelming.

To help busy writers cut through the clutter, here are 10 websites every book lover should check out:

1. Goodreads

This is one of the best websites for readers keen on scanning the latest reviews, author interviews and plot discussions.

Goodreads has detailed descriptions about books, new and old, and opportunities to discuss them with readers from all over the world.

2. Project Gutenberg

Who doesn’t love free books? Project Gutenberg features the oldest and largest collection of free books on the internet.

The site now boasts more than 49,000 titles, and the collection grows each year. The project aims to publish all books that have surpassed their copyright dates.

Project Gutenberg even caters to audiobook fans.

3. Amazon

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